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Enjoying some early evening sun in Deane lane.
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Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice (TTRN) for Road Closure
We are writing to inform you of a planned road closure in Stokeinteignhead for highway works, which are being undertaken to rectify some of the works undertaken during the past year to reduce the risk of flooding to properties from surface water during heavy or prolonged rainfall events.
In order to undertake the works and ensure the safety of local residents, the travelling public and workers on site, the following traffic management measures are required:
- Deane Lane – 24th May 2021 – 26th May 2021. TTRN ref. no. (TTRO2140225) – 24 hour road closure
- Deane Road / Deane Lane / Millen Lane junction – 27th May 2021 – 28th May 2021 – Stop & Go traffic management (no road closure required)
The attached plan indicates the location of the 24 hour road closure on Deane Lane and the associated diversion route. Access for emergency services will be maintained. We would appreciate if you could communicate this information to local residents.
Advanced signage confirming the dates of the closure will be erected on site at least seven days prior to the closure. Please refer to the website one.network for up to date information in relation to the planned roadworks. We would appreciate if you could communicate this information to the local community.
If you have any queries please contact myself at Gloria.RigualMunoz@jacobs.com or call 01392 269806.
Donations can be left in the Village Shop, the Wild Goose pub, Pear Tree House in Combeinteignhead or Old Hows Farm at Netherton. Envelopes in May parish magazines and spare ones in the shop and church.
The book loan service has started again at the village hall with 1000 fiction titles in hard and paperback.
There are also many non-fiction titles available as well as dvd’s and even jigsaws.
Donations go to the Children’s Hospice South West or you can buy the books for a nominal sum and read them at your own speed.
Please support us, we are open Sundays 10 am – 12 noon. We hope to add tea/coffee, biscuits and the chance to sit down and have a chat as soon as we are able.
Take care and hope to see some of you over the next few weeks.